Vol. 4, Issue 6 (2016)
Investigation of waste heat recovery in cement industry: A case study
Author(s): Mayank Sohgoura and Dr. RK Jain
Abstract: Recovery and re-use of commercial waste heat is an attractive idea that would simultaneously scale back energy prices and greenhouse gas emissions. This study has developed a unique approach to quantifying the chance, involving the creation of an innovative techno-economic model that links energy and carbon costs and capitalist priorities with the first of a kind data base of commercial waste heat production, process heat use, and heat recovery technologies. The results based on the operational information which is collected from Birla Corporation Cement Plant (SCW). A 33470352 MW/annum electricity generation were achieved. The value saving was calculable of 148842655 INR/annum additionally to 40 months was expected as the simple payback period.
How to cite this article:
Mayank Sohgoura and Dr. RK Jain. Investigation of waste heat recovery in cement industry: A case study. International Journal of Chemical Studies. 2016; 4(6): 05-07.